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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Cyclist and motorist killed in separate road collisions in Dublin and Roscommon

A male cyclist died in Dublin and a woman in her 90s died in Roscommon.

Kerrygold has just expanded its sales into... South Korea

The Irish butter will be sold through a number of major Korean retailers.

Warning to motorists as cars stolen after being left unattended while windows defrosted

Two cars were reportedly stolen this morning after being left unattended.

Sarah Silverman on Louis CK's misconduct: 'Can you still love someone who did bad things?'

Louis CK last week admitted to sexual misconduct against numerous women.

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Thursday 16 November, 2017

'A vote of confidence': Bus Éireann wins rights to run five bus routes in Waterford

This follows a competitive process with five bids from Irish and international companies.

Appeal for 17-year-old missing from Limerick since Sunday

Lauren was last seen Avoca, Co Wicklow.

Notorious US killer Charles Manson taken to hospital in California - reports

Manson was sentenced to death in 1971 for a killing spree that left seven people dead.

'He's going back doing a bit of herding': Offaly farmer who was savagely beaten returns to work

Richie McKelvey was admitted to hospital after being injured in the burglary of his farm.

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Actress Rose McGowan claims drugs planted in her luggage, surrenders to arrest warrant

McGowan was one of the first actresses to accuse Harvey Weinstein of rape.

Missing UK explorer Benedict Allen found 'alive and well' near airstrip in Papua New Guinea

Benedict Allen was travelling alone to try to find the reclusive Yaifo tribe when he went missing.

Wednesday 15 November, 2017

Criminal Assets Bureau raid homes and businesses in Limerick, Clare and Tipperary CAB

Criminal Assets Bureau raid homes and businesses in Limerick, Clare and Tipperary

Documentation, mobile phones, devices and computer equipment have been seized.

PSNI launches investigation after private image of female officer shared online

It is not yet clear how the image ended up on social media websites.

'It's ghastly': UK explorer Benedict Allen missing in Papua New Guinea jungle

Benedict Allen was travelling alone to try to find the reclusive Yaifo tribe.

Scottish Labour interim leader steps down over misconduct claims

The announcement follows claims that Rowley sent abusive text messages to a former partner.

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Ireland ranks worst in Europe for taking action against climate change

Ireland ranked 49 out of 59 countries in the 2018 Climate Change Performance Index

Tuesday 14 November, 2017

Concerns raised after residents left for hours without breakfast at disability centre

14 incidents of potential abuse have been identified at Stewarts Care in Dublin.

Warning to Irish parents as investigation finds some toys can allow children to talk to strangers

The warning comes after UK watchdog Which? investigated a number of toys on the market.

'We carry negativity in our bodies': Therapy sessions for priests affected by abuse scandals

The Association of Catholic Priests is launching therapy sessions for the mental wellbeing of priests.

'This is British direct rule' says SDLP leader, as Westminster passes North budget

The Northern Ireland Budget Bill passed through the House of Commons yesterday.

Web Summit organiser apologises over 'offensive' dinner at Portugal's National Pantheon

A number of Portugal’s important national figures are buried at the Pantheon.

Sunday 12 November, 2017

'I was a rock 'n' roll roadie for 30 years. Nobody understood why I was suffering from depression'

Mike Bartlett is just one of the many Irish men who received mental health support from the Mojo initiative.

Friday 10 November, 2017

Plane forced into emergency landing at Belfast Airport due to faulty nose gear

The flight, which was heading to Inverness, officially declared an emergency at 12.36pm.

TripAdvisor now issuing warning badges to hotels where sexual assaults are reported

This follows an investigation into reports made against a hotel in Mexico.

Man arrested after drugs worth €1.1 million seized in Dublin

Drugs were seized at Dublin Port and Ballycoolin Industrial Estate.

Irish Water proposes recycling waste water for drinking supply to prevent shortages

The proposal is included within the National Water Resources Plan.

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Widow of man killed in Storm Ophelia wants official 'stay at home' guidelines in status red alerts

Fintan Goss (33) died when he was returning from work during Storm Ophelia.

Northern Ireland 'must stay' in customs union post-Brexit to prevent hard border, says EU

An internal EU paper has said there must be no divergence of rules on either side of the border.

Four men due in Mullingar court following burglary arrest

The men were arrested in Lucan on Wednesday following a burglary in Mullingar.

'Breathtaking hypocrisy': Calls to ban hare coursing in light of animal ban in circuses

Wild animals will be banned in circuses from 1 January 2018. Hare coursing remains legal.

Thursday 9 November, 2017

The use of wild animals will be banned in Irish circuses from January 2018

“The use of wild animals for entertainment purposes in circuses can no longer be permitted.”

'Nobody should live in fear due to lack of garda resources': 45% of all agricultural crime not reported to gardaí

A new ICSA study looks at why agricultural crimes are not being reported to gardaí.

Dublin actor Barry Keoghan chosen as rising star in the US

Barry Keoghan has featured on The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Gen Talent 2017 list.

RTÉ is going to be airing a three-day live television event ...all about the weather

The live event is part of RTÉ’s upcoming Science Week.

Sinn Féin councillor resigns, claiming he was subjected to 'litany of bullying behaviour'

Sinn Féin has said Seamus Morris’ resignation has come as “no surprise”.

Seven UK police officers hospitalised after incident with chemical substance during routine arrest

Officers were conducting an arrest when they became aware of a chemical hazard in the building.

'Detrimental and harmful': There were over 80,000 people on hospital trolleys so far this year

The INMO said the overcrowding situation is having a “serious, detrimental and harmful effect” on patients.

The middle class experienced a six-fold increase in economic stress as a result of the recession

A new ERSI study examines the experience of economic stress in families with children as a result of the recession.

Tuesday 7 November, 2017

Gardaí arrest four men they believed were about to carry out a gangland murder

The arrests were carried out by gardaí from the Special Crime Operations.

Monday 6 November, 2017

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Father jailed for rape of daughters, Gay Byrne in court and the latest on the Texas shooter – Just some of this evening’s top stories.

Missing Bray teen found safe and well

Alan Clarke had last been seen at Newcourt Road in Bray last Saturday.

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